Droid Daily 2/8/13: Jelly Bean, Carbon, Nexus 4, and More

Carbon App Backup Gets Updated

Carbon App backup (not the Twitter client) just got another update. It seems it'll be getting updated daily almost. This time it adds SMS Backup & Restore along with all the rest of your apps. Pretty awesome feature there.

Rogers Launches new US Roaming Fees

Today, Rogers announced a new $7.99 United States pay-per-use roaming fee. The new fee is set to launch sometime "this Sprint".

Xperia Z Up for Pre-Order Again

This time the Sony Xperia Z is up for pre-order from SFR in France. The release date is set for February 25th, and will be â‚¬29.90 after a â‚¬200 reimbursement when purchased with a new two-year contract of â‚¬79.90 per month.

LG Optimus 4X HD, L7 and L9 Getting Jelly Bean Soon

Today LG announced that the Optimus 4X HD, L7 and L9 would be getting an update to Android 4.1 - Jelly Bean "soon". So who knows when "soon" actually is.

HTC Droid Incredible and Motorola Droid Getting OTA's

Yes you read that correctly. The two original Droid devices are getting OTA's right now. The Droid Incredible and OG Droid are getting updates that will fix the reboot issue that many users faced. How many of you are still rocking on of these devices?

T-Mobile Drops the Nexus 4 to $50

Until February 18th, you can grab the Nexus 4 from T-Mobile with a 2-year contract for just $50. That's almost worth signing a contract for. But they are sold out of it right now.

Rovio having a Sale on HD Games

Looks like Rovio is currently having a $0.99 sale on their HD titles through Google Play. This includes games like Angry Birds and Bad Piggies.

Nexus 4 8GB version out of stock again

Yet again the 8GB version of the Nexus 4 is out of stock. I guess a lot of people can live on around 6GB of storage?

 

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